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Friday, 03 August 2007

In the trenches startup story: VC turned entrepreneur

Nkheadshot_small Any entrepreneur who has sat opposite a venture capitalist in a pitch meeting has probably entertained the fantasy of switching roles, and seeing the VC squirm.  Nataly Kogan, CEO of the online community Workitmom, has done just that by choice, and given up her fast-track VC career in New York City for the daily highs and lows of bootstrap entrepreneurship.  Hear on today's radio show why she made the shift and what she has learned in the first few months of her internet startup.

You can read about Nataly's personal perspective of the transition on her blog, and also read some of her articles as a contributing writer to The Huffington Post.

Show details:

Date:  Friday, August 3 (Today!)
Time:  11am-12pm Pacific Standard Time
Topic:  In the trenches startup story:  VC turned entrepreneur
To listenClick here

If you miss the live show, you can always listen later, through the link above.  To download as an Mp3, you will have to click on the title of the show, which will bring up the "download as Mp3" option.


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What is the business model for these internet social networking startups other than hoping someone will buy it in future?

Rob McNealy

I thought the show was great. Very motivational.

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